English words and Examples of Usage

use "reckon" in a sentence

Some reckon the exchange rate is already reflecting Brexit jitters.

Why did it take 20 years for Dre to have to reckon with his violent history?

Republicans had some controversial military legacies of their own to reckon with before 9/11.

"We reckon it will cost the industry £30 million if McCoy wins but that could be conservative.

Ah, I reckon you go straight down this prefectural road ...

Police reckon to lay charges against a man involved in a fight that sent a local lad to hospital this evening.

Dorothea Kent once remarked, "A man ninety years old was asked why he had lived so long. 'I reckon,' he said, 'It's because most nights I went to bed and slept when I should have sat up and worried.'"

I reckon on the tournament costing us about $300 for our hotel, food, and transportation.

I reckon we'll see him once more.

I'm not sure what time we're going to leave, but I reckon it'll be no later than 7:00.

Now, we reckon you can extend those fun times to a few days.6.

You should reckon with his obstinate character.

He says he doesn't know why his marriage failed, but I reckon it's because he was too busy at work all the time.

You should reckon with her obstinate character.

Reckon the cost before you decide to purchase the car.

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